David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition

This event took place on:
Saturday, October 26 - Monday, January 20
Location
  • de Young Museum
  • Golden Gate Park
  • 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
  • San Francisco, CA 94118
David Hockney, Self Portrait with Charlie

David Hockney, Self Portrait with Charlie, 2005. Oil on canvas, 72 x 36 in. Collection National Portrait Gallery, London, purchased with help from the proceeds of the 150th anniversary gala and Gift Aid visitor ticket donations, 2007, NPG 6819. © 2013 David Hockney. Photo: Richard Schmidt

David Hockney- The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate

David Hockney working on The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011 (twenty eleven), Version 3, 2011

David Hockney, Yosemite I

David Hockney, Yosemite I, October 16th 2011. iPad Drawing printed on six sheets of paper (71 3/4 x 42 3/4 in. each), mounted on six sheets of Dibond, 143 1/2 x 128 1/4 in. overall. © 2013 David Hockney

David Hockney, A Bigger Message

David Hockney, A Bigger Message, 2010. Oil on 30 canvases (36 x 48 in. each) 180 x 288 in. overall. © 2013 David Hockney. Photo: Richard Schmidt


Celebrated British artist David Hockney returns to California with an exhibition assembled exclusively for the de Young. Expansive in scope and monumental in scale, this is the first comprehensive survey of his 21st-century work.

Renowned for his use of traditional materials as well as evolving technologies, Hockney has created new art in an array of media, from watercolor on paper to iPad drawings, and oil on canvas to digital movies.

October 26, 2013–January 20, 2014

Exhibition Info:
Tuesday–Sunday, 9:30 am–5:15 pm
Friday (March 29–November 29, 2013) 9:30 am–8:45 pm
Closed Mondays
Open special holiday hours December 23, 24, 31 and January 1.
415-750-3600

About the sponsor:
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, comprising the de Young in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park, is the largest public arts institution in San Francisco.

The de Young originated from the 1894 California Midwinter International Exposition and became the Memorial Museum. Thirty years later, it was renamed in honor of Michael H. de Young, a longtime champion of the museum. The present copper-clad, landmark building, designed by Herzog and de Meuron, opened in October 2005. It showcases the institution’s significant collections of American painting, sculpture, and decorative arts from the 17th to the 21st centuries; art from Africa, Oceania, and the Americas; costume and textile arts; and international contemporary art.


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